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Nicola, Gudbranson & Cooper, LLC 
Cleveland, Ohio Office
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Republic Building, Suite 1400, 25 W. Prospect Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio  44115-1048

(Cuyahoga Co.)

Telephone: 216-939-5369
Fax: 216-621-3999

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Office Hours:
Monday: 08:30 AM-05:30 PM
Tuesday: 08:30 AM-05:30 PM
Wednesday: 08:30 AM-05:30 PM
Thursday: 08:30 AM-05:30 PM
Friday: 08:30 AM-05:30 PM

About this office:

Nicola, Gudbranson & Cooper (NGC) provides practical, cost-effective legal solutions and sophisticated advice to business owners and executives, professionals and governmental entities throughout Ohio, a tradition it has upheld since its founding in 1933 as Nicola & Horn. The firm's experienced legal advisors handle transactions and litigation across a wide range of disciplines, including business and corporate law, employment law, workers' compensation defense, sports and entertainment law, real estate law, public sector law, school law, family law, executive compensation and employee benefits matters, and estate planning, trust, and probate administration.

NGC's extensive litigation practice assists businesses, professionals, and other individuals at the trial and appellate levels and in alternative dispute resolution. The firm has a particular wealth of experience in litigation and regularly handles complex, high-stakes corporate and other disputes in state and federal courts throughout Ohio. Because of NGC's extensive courtroom experience, attorneys and law firms throughout the country contact the firm when seeking local counsel in the Cleveland area.

As NGC moves forward, it holds fast to its traditional mission: providing the highest quality legal services at a reasonable cost. The firm works to establish long-term relationships with clients, serving as trusted advisors for years and even generations.


Statement of Practice Summary:
Corporate Law; Commercial Litigation; Business Transactions; Real Estate Ad Valorem Tax Litigation; Taxation; Real Estate; Estate Planning; Probate; Trusts; Business Law; Appellate Practice; Employment Law; Municipal Law; School Law; Products Liability; Health Care; Business Arbitration; Business Associations Law; Business Cooperatives; Business Development; Business Enterprises; Business Dissolutions; Business Estate Planning; Business Formation; Business Fraud; Business Litigation; Business Mediation; Business Organization; Business Planning; Business Regulation; Business Reorganization; Business Start-Ups; Business Succession Planning; Business Successions; Business Syndication; Business Taxation; Business Torts; Business Transfers; Business Trusts; Business Valuation; Buy-Sell Agreements; Buying and Selling of Businesses; Closely Held Business Estate Planning; Closely Held Business Law; Closely Held Business Taxation; Complex Business Litigation; Cooperative Taxation; Emerging Business Law; Emerging Growth Companies; Entrepreneurial Business Law; Family Business Law; Family Business Mediation; Family Business Successions; International Business Law; International Joint Ventures; Joint Ventures; Limited Liability Company Law; Minority Business Law; Pass-Through Entities; Private Business Law; Privatization; Professional Practices; Small Business Law; Sole Proprietorships; Strategic Alliances; Business Crimes; Closely Held Corporations; Corporate Banking Law; Corporate Commercial Law; Corporate Contracts; Corporate Control Contests; Corporate Criminal Law; Corporate Dissolutions; Corporate Ethics; Corporate Fiduciary Law; Corporate Formation; Corporate Finance; Corporate Governance; Corporate Income Tax; Corporate Insurance; Corporate Insurance Defense; Corporate Investigations; Corporate Litigation; Corporate Organization; Corporate Partnerships; Corporate Planning; Corporate Real Estate; Corporate Reorganization; Corporate Successions; Corporate Tax Controversies; Corporate Taxation; Corporate Trusts; Corporate Workouts; Corporate Tax Planning; Family Corporations; Foreign Sales Corporations; Hostile Takeovers; Incorporation; International Corporate Finance; International Corporate Law; Nonprofit Corporations; Offshore Corporations; International Corporate Taxation; Professional Corporations; Proxy Contests; S Corporations; Public Corporations; Small Business Corporations; Takeovers; Tender Offers; Transfer Pricing; Administrative Law; Administrative Adjudications; Administrative Agency Practice; Administrative Hearings and Appeals; Administrative Litigation; Federal Administrative Law; Judicial Review; Professional Licensing; Professional Licensing Regulation; Public Law; Aged and Aging; Age Discrimination; Elder Abuse; Elder Care; Elder Law; Elder Rights; Affirmative Action; Civil Appeals; Asset Protection; Alcoholic Beverage Law; Alcoholic Beverage Control; Dram Shop Liability; Liquor Liability; Liquor Licensing; Local Liquor Options.

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New Legislation Defines the Fiduciary Duties of Individuals Who Operate and Manage Ohio LLCs
Bruce L. Waterhouse, February 3, 2017
This is the second of two Legal Insights articles that examine the changes made to Ohio's corporation and limited liability company (LLC) law by Senate Bill 181, which became effective last July. The first article examined how the amendments affect the actions and legal exposure of officers of Ohio...

Travel and Training Outside the Workday: Overtime or Not?
Matthew T. Fitzsimmons, January 26, 2017
The extent to which non-exempt employees are entitled to overtime compensation for travel and training is very confusing. Employers should follow basic rules regarding overtime compensation for travel, trips and training for non-exempt employees.

New Legislation Defines the Fiduciary Duties of Officers of Ohio Corporations and LLCs
Bruce L. Waterhouse, September 12, 2016
There has been significant press lately about the U.S. Department of Labor's new fiduciary rule, which will hold all financial advisors who provide investment advice to a "fiduciary standard"-in other words, to require advisors to put their clients' best interests above all else.

Year Established: 1933

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